Design Creative Graduation Banners, Show Your School Pride, Win an Apple iPad

2010 Signazon Graduation Giveaway design contest calls out to all aspiring student designers with a free entry and a chance to win a brand new Apple iPad as well as other great prizes. Students can show their school pride by designing a custom graduation banner or graduation sign and enter to win one of many awesome prizes for themselves and their school.

Boston, MA, April 15, 2010 --( has issued its call for entries for the 2010 Graduation Giveaway Party Sign/Banner Design Contest ; the first self-judged student led design creativity contest. This one of a kind campus activity rewards both the talented student and the school by providing prizes to the students who design the top three designs and their associated schools. Schools are invited to take advantage of the unique sponsored graduation contest by encouraging their art class, school organizations, and entire student body to enter for additional prizes and discounts directed towards the schools.

"We want to congratulate this year’s 2010 graduating students by hosting our own sponsored graduation party sign and graduation banner contest providing high school students, college students, parents, and schools a way to contribute to the graduation party,” says Kelly Cooper, Director of Internet Sales. “Each year Signazon produces hundreds of middle school, high school, and college graduation signs and banners. We’re always working on cutting-edge technology, from our custom designer to our new product lines – so the iPad was a perfect gift for our aspiring designers.”

Signazon will be awarding the top 3 graduation sign designers with a brand new Apple iPad, iPod Touch, or iTunes Gift card plus their design printed on high quality canvas. The winner’s schools will receive the winning banners printed for their school to hang at graduation, free products, and a page full of products featuring their school.

With free entry, everyone from grades 6 thru college is qualified for the graduation competition. Students can send their design to friends, family, and fellow classmates for votes to help them reach that grand prize award. Voters are allowed to vote for or against student designs and have the control to push a design rank up or down. The more voters a student can find the better their chances. will kick off the design contest on April 14, 2010 and close submission on May 24, 2010. Save the date and prepare your entry for this brand new student led design contest at official contest entry page at:

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Crystal Winslet
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